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At Stake in Boy Scouts’ Bankruptcy: $1 Billion in Assets, or Much More

NYTimes.com Thursday, 20 February 2020
As the Boy Scouts tries to deal with a flood of sexual abuse claims in bankruptcy court, it wants to shield the local councils that own most scout camps. But plaintiffs’ lawyers say the councils must pay.
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The Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy protection amid a barrage of sexual abuse lawsuits.

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